- interj. Alternative form of uh-oh.
“Dictionaries that have an entry for oh as “an expression of wonderment” fail to carry a definition of oh-oh, or the more staccato uh-oh.”
“For 2000, “two thousand” has only three (3) syllables, while “twenty hundred” or “twenty oh-oh” have four (4) syllables.”
“The 3-hour session included a private body composition analysis and fitness assessment (oh-oh) and a personal training session (okaaay) and then the good stuff: a 50-minute, customized Swedish massage (puuurfect).”
“If young men today grow up with aging dads who strive for unrealistic versions of masculinity, will they face the kind of 'oh-oh' moments women do as their looks change?”
“I think it has lots of potential - the exoskeleton as metaphor for alienation and failure to engage, the small & hopeful tail, the tenderness beneath the toughness...if anyone can write it, Anderson can oh-oh, he does have an MFA....”
“September 24, 2008 at 9:20 am oh-oh noaw ai iz confuzzled…..iz dey cholit possumz….az in ….cholit ina SHAPE ofa possum…..oar iz dey possumz hoo ar covereded in cholit…..”
“The group certainly peppered the show with some uplifting songs, both old and new, including the ever-gliding “Clocks” and the new “Viva La Vida” – the crowd ready for the “oh-oh” sing-along part.”
“(Soundbite of laughter) MARTIN: Humming them quietly until someone gives me a dirty look, and then I'm … Ms. GOODMAN: oh-oh.”
“But I don't wanna go, don't wanna go, but oh-oh had I better”
“Razorlight – America Notable only for Johnny Borrell's "oh-oh oh" noise that makes him sound like a Teletubby who's just realised he's over-filled the toilet with paper and now it's overflowing”
Looking for tweets for oh-oh.